For many people, grilling is all about the main course—but that is too limiting for a true brazier professional. Vegetables and fruit also taste great off the grill.
Anyone who says indoor grilling isn’t real grilling is mistaken.
Enjoy part 2 of our Cooking 101 series with America's Test Kitchen and their Cooking School.
Whether cold or hot, fried chicken's taste is as varied as the chef who makes it.
The Philips Air Fryer is a simple way to fry up your favorite foods without the guilt.
Enter CHEFS Catalog's contest to win a John Boos, American made, cutting block!
Watermelon season runs from May to September, but the peak months are right now--from mid-June to late August.
What you put on your charcuterie plate depends on the type of event you’re throwing, but there are eight traditional elements.
Your monthly list of food holidays to celebrate!
Fireworks and good food are an integral part of the 4th of July.
For the best fruit flavors, look for ripe fruit that is in season.
Whether you’re hosting a picnic, a pool party, or a beach gathering, here are our tips for throwing a delicious and fun holiday event.
Guest blogger Julie Haan shares her first experience using a Bradley Original Barbecue Smoker.
Is it time to replace--or add to--your grill tools? See the newest tools at CHEFS Catalog, plus some tried and true favorites.
Stock up on tomatoes this summer—they're the perfect addition to almost any meal.
There are no limits when it comes to the delicious milkshake. The best ones are a thick, creamy combination of ice cream and other ingredients.
Must-have kitchen electric essentials for your home.
Using the right knife for specific kitchen duties makes your job easier.